Director, Resident Services

Employer
Location
Arlington, Virginia
Posted
Feb 17, 2017
Closes
Mar 24, 2017
Function
Executive
Hours
Full Time

Director, Resident Services

Arlington, VA

The job purpose: The Director manages and directs the programs and services provided by the resident services team. Responsibilities include: providing staff supervision; program management; development and maintenance of partnerships; program planning, evaluation & development; fundraising in conjunction with the Community Relations division; budgets & grants management; data management; promotion of resident services in the community; coordination of in-kind resources for programs; and general management.  The position reports to the President & CEO of AHC and is part of the senior staff leadership team.

Dimensions:

25 staff including 3 direct reports in Arlington, VA, Silver Spring, MD & Baltimore, MD

6 family centers and 1 senior center in Arlington (6 additional ones through partnerships)

1 senior center in Silver Spring

3 centers in Baltimore

15+ major community partners

8 major sources of revenue

Serves over 2,500 people annually

Minimum Job requirements: Master’s degree in business, social work or public administration or related field preferred; at least 7 years’ experience in community development and/or social work; additional years of experience can be substituted for the Master’s degree; 5 years of supervisory experience; strong interpersonal, communication & organizational skills; strong motivation and the ability to work independently but also team player with many different partnerships; knowledge of resources & working relationships with stakeholders within Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Montgomery County and/or Baltimore communities strongly preferred; experience working with diverse populations in terms of race, ethnicity, country of origin, age and economic status; computer skills in MS Office (PowerPoint & Publisher preferred) and SharePoint.

For immediate consideration: Click Apply to send resumes and salary requirements or fax to 703-486-0653. E/O/E.

For more information on AHC, please visit our website at: www.ahcinc.org.